Siebel Deployment Planning Guide

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Siebel Architecture Overview

Building Blocks of a Siebel CRM Deployment

About Siebel Client Types

About the Siebel Web Server Extension (SWSE)

About the Siebel Enterprise Server and the Siebel Server

About the Siebel Gateway Name Server

About the Siebel File System

About Siebel Server Load Balancing

About Siebel Internet Session Network API

About the Siebel Connection Broker

About the Server Request Broker

About the Server Request Processor

About Siebel Enterprise Application Integration

About Siebel Enterprise Integration Manager

About Siebel Tools

Example of User Request Flow in a Siebel Deployment

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Siebel Infrastructure Planning

Process of Infrastructure Planning

Determining How the Siebel Business Applications Are Used

Defining Data Flows and Integration Requirements

Determining Database Requirements

Mapping Business Requirements to Siebel Server Components

Choosing a Load Balancing Method

Defining High Availability Policies

Mapping Siebel Deployment Elements to Platforms

Determining Network Requirements

Defining a Test and Transition Plan for the Siebel Deployment

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High Availability Deployment Planning

How Service Failures Affect the Siebel Deployment

Components Involved in Service Failures

Impact of Service Failures

Specific Failures and Associated Impact

About High Availability Deployment Options

Recommended High Availability Techniques for Specific Services

Best Practices for High Availability Deployments

About Resilient Processing

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Server Clustering Planning

About Server Clustering

Where to Use Server Clustering

Best Practices for Server Clustering

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Data Integrity and Capacity Planning

Sizing the Database for a Siebel Deployment

Database Table Planning

Database Recovery Planning

Database Physical Device Planning

Database RAID Array Planning

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Siebel Client Deployment Planning

About Siebel Open UI

About High Interactivity and Standard Interactivity

High Interactivity Application Deployment Planning

Standard Interactivity Application Deployment Planning

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Application-Level Deployment Planning

Session Communications Server Components

Session Communications Performance Factors

Session Communications Deployment Planning

Siebel Email Response Server Components

Siebel Email Response Performance Factors

Siebel Email Response Deployment Planning

Siebel Configurator Server Components

Siebel Configurator Performance Factors

Siebel Configurator Deployment Planning

About Deployment Topology for Siebel Configurator

About Siebel Configurator Caching

Determining Factory and Worker Size

Example of Sizing the Cache with SnapShot Mode

Siebel Configurator Deployment Topology Options

Example of Deployment Sizing with a Dedicated Siebel Configurator Server

Siebel Workflow Deployment Planning

Planning Batch Processing When Using Siebel Remote

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